44,480 flowers and plants Landscape Design Photos

Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
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the red flowering plants near the house?
Can you please let me know what those red flowering plants are? I love the grouping of the purple coral bells with the grasses as well. What are those grasses? Thanks!
roses are planted near the house. The coral bells are paired with red-hot poker (Kniphofia uvaria).
I like the potted plants on either side of the door
colors and plants, don't like that the plants are uneven and growing onto the walkway
add lots extend patio pavers an step at step change plants
Plant red toward the end of a destination, such as a long walkway, where its brilliant color will entice guests down the path.
“plenty of interest, hedge instead of fence, summer color with winter structure” — 1forevergreen
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
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What are the plants with the purple tubular flower clusters?
spike flowers are indeed Salvias, including 'Caradonna' and 'May Night' varieties.
This garden was planted in Spring 2007, this photo is from Spring 2008.
Nice colors and plant mixes, but path in non-grass material. The colors work well with the blue-grey homes in the background.
3. Flowering perennials. An almost unlimited number of flowering perennials pair well with roses. You'll want to choose other flowers that complement, rather than compete with, your roses, so look for perennials with smaller or larger forms, different leaf types and a variety of flower colors and
“Cosy” — taniafazil
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks16,847
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They are planted between the hydrangeas and act as a first buffer to the busy street set behind the Lower Garden. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
sells plants) The hardiness zone for hydrangea vary according to the variety.
white flower plant (are these hydrangeas??) are beautiful. messy? how much of the year are they flowers?
That's exactly what I want in front of my house: those beautiful white flowers.
“Stone and flowers” — pooms
Becky Harris
Lake House in The Berkshires
Ideabooks4,244
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of the plants in the boxes. Beautiful!
flower boxes with high plants for privacy
I love this what are the flowers planted in here?
flower box atop the fence with cascading
flower boxes. Like the green
These flower boxes would work on our deck.. we would need 6 to 9 of them.
plants in railing boxes
Y'all plants in the back
flowers on deck rail??
Wood deck flower boxes
trough for flowers - interesting
Flower boxes on deck
Rail Planters with tall plants
use of flower containers
Flower boxes on deck.
Deck railing flower boxes
plants arrangements...Flower box...Railing and Flowers...plant layout...Flower mixture...flower boxes...cascading flowers...Fence plants...balcony flower pots...ainer plants...potted plants...container plants
“Window box Plants” — rcurnow
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks1,111
Questions2
Mediterranean plantings, which elegantly provides that balance of classical function and lush aesthetics.
like ice plant. I have lots of it in Las Vegas, zone 8b-9
i love bright colors like these flowers
ice plant for front curb area off of Grandview
The flowers used and the mondo or ornamental black grass used.
Love the flowers and the pots
“Fleurs piscine” — dldi
MIEROP DESIGN
Mixed border planting
Ideabooks1,066
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Mix of trees, shrubs, flowers and plants
different heights and colors of plants
Nice mound plantings
lovely mix of flowers
Like patio into flowers
plants and hardscape
Color Rock Flowers filled in.....no weeds
Flower garden...Name flowers...Levels of plants...Plant combinations...Flower bed plants...Garden plants...garden & flowers...border plantings...Border plants...border planting...flower bed
“Frint” — mjmeacham
J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
Ideabooks922
Questions1
seeds and plant?I live in tn
This is an amazingly beautiful plant.
Gorgeous variety of flowering kale and its edible
Distinguishing traits. Although sometimes called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are grown for their striking foliage rather than flowers. They are edible as well, even though they are labeled
called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are grown for their striking foliage rather than flowers. They are edible as well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes and the kale
“White Kale Ornamental and edible” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Polygonum.bistorta.jpg
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I like the flowers lining the path.
Plant along path - Polygonum (Plygonum bistorta)
Plantings growing right up to the gravel edge
Note the layering of plants, from taller
So what flowering natives for shade work for you? Let’s get a nice list going in the Comments section!More: Native Plants Inspire and Educate at NYC’s Botanical GardenNative plants for the Western U.S.:California native plants | Northwest native plantsSouthwest native plants | Rocky Mountains native plants
firs. Plants adore them! Note the layering of plants, from taller shrubs in the back to ground-covering perennials alongside the mulch path. At the forefront lies a floriferous Polygonum (Polygonum bistorta), hardy throughout the coldest areas of North America.
“Poligomun, hardy even in MN?” — Linda Stern
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